Scotland is now home to a world-leading centre for the assessment and diagnosis of epilepsy after Quarriers received the keys to the new specialist independent hospital in Glasgow on Friday 8 February 2013.

The £6.4 million William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre has taken just 12 months to build and is the only one of its kind in Scotland, complete with state-of-the-art equipment offering assessment and diagnosis for people with complex epilepsy and diagnosis where the condition is uncertain.

Keys to The William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre

Read more: Quarriers collects keys to world-leading epilepsy centre

Jan 2013The construction of the Scottish Epilepsy Centre is almost complete.  Dawn Construction will hand over the keys to Quarriers in February. After that, equipment and furniture will be added throughout March and April and the centre will be fully operational by May.

Read more: Construction update

Mr and Mrs Esslemont

“It is wonderful to see the steelwork take shape.”

Mr and Mrs Esslemont’s visit to the site: “Norman and Ros Esslemont: our first official visitors to the site. Norman chairs the Aberdeen Wags Committee who raise around £50,000 for Quarriers every year.

Read more: Steelwork takes shape

march 2012

Nine weeks into construction, things are really beginning to take shape at the new Scottish Epilepsy Centre site in Govan. Piling has been completed and the foundations are nearly finished too.

Read more: SEC Build Update

Herald News

Quarriers recently ran a supplement in The Herald, within it there was an article on Epilepsy and the Scottish Epilepsy Centre. Click here to view the pdf file.

Patient Participation

Our Patient Participation Strategy is now available online in both standard and Easy Read formats.

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